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Author:  Zyzzyx [ Tue Feb 10, 2004 7:11 pm ]
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<--- streaming internet tunes from www.dainbramage.com


Found this site over the weekend. Been liking the mix, and that you can do requests from their playlist.


I'll probably turn it off in a moment here and listen to Oingo Boingo - Best Of

Author:  sbabb [ Tue Feb 10, 2004 8:54 pm ]
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Right this minute? Nightline on TV.

It's too late for the stuff I've been listening to lately: Canadian punk rock.

I threw the whole age curve off at the mosh pit last Saturday night in Boston. My daughter, her friend from Poland, and I saw Jersey, Sugarcult, Simple Plan, and MXPX. We had a great time! We're shooting for tix to the last show of the Warped Tour this summer.

Author:  mas92264 [ Tue Feb 10, 2004 9:53 pm ]
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Just got thru watching Mars Attacks! Aakk! AaKK!

M

Author:  ruprag [ Wed Feb 11, 2004 1:22 am ]
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Three Dead Trolls in a Baggie (Canadian comedy troupe(sp?))
Tom Waits

Author:  Ralf Hutter [ Wed Feb 11, 2004 5:31 am ]
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Phat Global v.1

Author:  Ralf Hutter [ Wed Feb 11, 2004 12:05 pm ]
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John Coltrane - Giant Steps

Author:  Zyzzyx [ Wed Feb 11, 2004 12:11 pm ]
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Still doing the streaming tunes, but have found a nice classical (symphony, not rock, geez...) 'station' at www.mostlyclassical.com

Found this and many others at www.shoutcast.com

Author:  HammerSandwich [ Wed Feb 11, 2004 1:32 pm ]
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Rubber Soul

Author:  sbabb [ Wed Feb 11, 2004 2:23 pm ]
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Toadies Possum Kingdom

Author:  Ralf Hutter [ Thu Feb 12, 2004 4:36 am ]
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John Renbourn - The Lady and the Unicorn

Author:  ruprag [ Thu Feb 12, 2004 4:41 am ]
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Vivaldi, Concerto No 7 in F

Author:  wheredoibegin [ Thu Feb 12, 2004 5:53 am ]
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Something For Kate - Kaplan/Thornhill
Probally the best australian band right now.

Author:  Jan Kivar [ Thu Feb 12, 2004 8:13 am ]
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Thunderstone - The Burning

Author:  HammerSandwich [ Thu Feb 12, 2004 9:33 am ]
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The Fairfield Four - Standing in the Safety Zone

Author:  Rusty075 [ Thu Feb 12, 2004 8:26 pm ]
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I'm in the mood for something light, so tonight's listening is a little Goatwhore, specifically their whimsical and light-hearted CD The Eclipse of Ages into Black I highly recommend the CD's closing track, "Graveyards and Dead Angels", as background music for that romantic Valentine's Day dinner you've got planned with your sweetheart.

Author:  Trip [ Thu Feb 12, 2004 9:11 pm ]
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Widespread Panic - Surprise Valley, gotta see them in concert again!

and other jamband stuff

Author:  Ralf Hutter [ Fri Feb 13, 2004 6:25 am ]
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Funkadelic - Maggot Brain

Author:  Ralf Hutter [ Fri Feb 13, 2004 1:18 pm ]
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Klaus Schulze - Moondawn

Author:  einolu [ Fri Feb 13, 2004 2:42 pm ]
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Sounds from the Verve HI-FI.

~EO

Author:  Zyzzyx [ Fri Feb 13, 2004 4:05 pm ]
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Still doing the streaming stuff. Been on the Classical most the day, just back to DainBramage.

The last few tunes:

Radiohead - Creep
The Psychedelic Furs - Pretty in Pink
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Scar Tissue
The Eagles - Hotel California
Hive - Ultrasonic Sound (Matrix soundtrack)
Whitesnake - Young Blood
ZZ Top - Sharp Dressed Man

Author:  Ralf Hutter [ Sat Feb 14, 2004 6:36 am ]
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Marin Marias - Pieces a Deux Violes du premier Livre

Author:  peteamer [ Sat Feb 14, 2004 7:26 am ]
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Zyzzyx, Oingo Boingo!!

You mean as in "Have you seen my girlfriend?, She lives in a pig-pen"

Sing-along now,... 1,.. 2,..3..


Er,... just me then? :oops:

Personally I'm on 'Presidents of the United States of America' and 'REM- Best of'

Pete

Author:  Ralf Hutter [ Sat Feb 14, 2004 11:14 am ]
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Carlos Santana & John Mclaughlin - Live in Berkeley, 1973

Author:  JimK [ Sat Feb 14, 2004 12:16 pm ]
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Damn You, Ralf Hutter!

Giant Steps, I've got that somewhere. :shock: I really like that album!

Read this thread for the first time today.

I moved my audio equipment up here to the computer/junk room when I did a simple 5.1 big screen TV setup downstairs. Always meaning to hook it up again. Giant Steps! Had to get down on the floor and dig in all the boxes of LPs to find the jazz stuff.

How about My Favorite Things and Bags & Trane.

Now to hook-up the Onkyo amp & turntable and Altec Lansing VoT.

Thanks for the extra work :)

Author:  CallMeJoe [ Sat Feb 14, 2004 1:23 pm ]
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Ralf Hutter wrote:
Funkadelic - Maggot Brain
One of the greatest rock guitar solos ever, and from a funk band.

Currently, Ben Folds Rockin' the Suburbs, and John McLaughlin Birds of Fire
Recommendation for a great blue-eyed funk album, Thomas Dolby Aliens Ate My Buick.

Author:  HammerSandwich [ Sat Feb 14, 2004 2:10 pm ]
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All this talk of John McLaughlin has me thinking guitar. I'm digging out some Robben Ford.

Author:  Seal [ Sat Feb 14, 2004 5:18 pm ]
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Dido - hunter

my music taste is quite varied really but mostly toward the lighter side - easy listening. I listen to alot of classical (not opera though), some easy listening (enya and the likes) and some light pop (dido etc...) occasionally i do listen to some heavier tunes but only if im in the mood. i like most of my music to be really chilled and not "take any effort" to listen to if you get me....

Author:  Ralf Hutter [ Sun Feb 15, 2004 8:19 am ]
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CallMeJoe wrote:
Ralf Hutter wrote:
Funkadelic - Maggot Brain
One of the greatest rock guitar solos ever, and from a funk band.


Yes! Eddie Hazel, RIP. I saw him do this live a couple of times. 30-40 minute long versions of Maggot Brain. It was absolutely spine-tingling. He was a very, very good guitar palyer.

Author:  Ralf Hutter [ Sun Feb 15, 2004 8:22 am ]
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Dexter Gordon - A Swingin' Affair

Author:  Ralf Hutter [ Sun Feb 15, 2004 8:26 am ]
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JimK wrote:
Damn You, Ralf Hutter!

Giant Steps, I've got that somewhere. :shock: I really like that album!

Now to hook-up the Onkyo amp & turntable and Altec Lansing VoT.

Thanks for the extra work :)


You won't even think about the extra work once you hear the first bits of Naima or Mr P.C.!

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